Tad and Paul discuss the fact that they've been writing the stalker letters to PostiePete. Lance discusses Sandy Swimmer with Tess and Toadie. Michelle discovers Damon was in jail for the death of his family.
Lyn tells Joe he should give more support to Karl, and help Glenda more by taking her side. Joe doesn't know what more support he can give. He sacked Maurie, and sometimes you can't help everyone and sort out all their problems. Lyn looks fed up and walks away.
The Coffee Shop
Madge asks Harold what he thinks of the police questioning Alfie over the bank robbery in Tasmania - they have Wendy's evidence, so they must be prosecuting him. Madge thinks they should call the police and find out. Harold wants to wait to find out, and offer up a small prayer or two.
Lyn asks Flick and Michelle if they have anything for the Salvo shop - Flick brings out a whole pile of clothes, but Lyn tells her not to throw out anything that could fit Michelle - or Joe! Flick sits next to Joe and asks who's winning the soccer. She tells her parents that she's considering training with the under-18s soccer team because her friends do. Mrs Kennedy (hurrah!) apparently has told them to study and do a sport - healthy mind, healthy body, that sort of thing.
Lyn tells her to take all the stuff to the Harold's for his salvo shop.
Lou is telling Toadie that he couldn't believe that his wind-up toys were selling like mad at the car boot sale this morning. Lance comes in and tells Lou and Toadie that Sandy Swimmer (SS) has been undermining all his ideas again. And he still can't find out who she is. Toadie suggests a live debate on Uni FM - but Lance wants to know how Toadie will find her.
Flick suggests that Joe does soccer talks at schools. Lyn tells Flick to shush and eat her dinner. She asks Michelle how she's feeling - she's a bit quiet. Chelle says she's fine, and Lyn asks if she wants to do her hair later so she can practice the competition. Lyn tells her family she feels unsupported with this hair competition, but Joe reaffirms that they support her.
LYN: No, you put up with me!
She gets a bit upset, so the girls say they'll help out.
Tad is hunting through the salvo bag that Flick brought over - he wants to write PostiePete another note from Flick about one of the dresses that she's thrown away. Harold is on the phone and puts it down, telling the family that Alfie's been charged - his problems are all over! Aw!
Flick is reading the articles that Michelle has about Damon, and Michelle confesses that she doesn't know how to speak to him anymore. Flick reminds her that she doesn't have to go over anymore if she doesn't want to. Joe answers the phone to Maurie.
Chelle asks Flick what she'd do...Flick says she'd feel weird, too.
The family and Lou are watching Alfie on the news, and they all drink champagne. Madge thanks Lou for the drink - he's been keeping it for special occasions, but one special occasion won't be happening now - Drew and Lib's wedding.
Tad and Paul leave to go to Flick's and leave her the note about the dress she threw away - from PostiePete.
Flick tells Chelle that if she hadn't read the article she wouldn't know any different about Damon. But Michelle feels betrayed - why didn't he tell her? Flick reminds her she's a kid, and that newspapers aren't always truthful.
Joe tells Lyn that Maurie was furious that they've been talking to Glenda, and reminds Lyn that they shouldn't interfere with her life. Lyn says that Maurie's worried that Glenda will change her mind and not go through with the court case - and they should support her. Joe disagrees.
Toadie comes in and tells Lance that he's struck gold - he hasn't found out who SS is, but found out who her campaign manager is, and has got her on the Uni FM programme for tomorrow, an outside broadcast.
Toadie reminds Lance that SS can be tough and difficult to debate with, so he should prepare for it. Lance says he'll stay up all night if he has to, and that he's really really looking forward to this.
Toadie reminds Lance again how good he is, isn't he? And Lance agrees, but tells Toadie his ego is the size of Sydney Opera House.
Outside The Scullys'
Joe offers Flick and Chelle a lift to school, but they're not keen - besides which, Flick has received a letter from PostiePete that she wants to read.
Flick desperately knocks on the door and tells Harold she needs one piece of clothing back - she just simply has to have it! She takes out her blue dress, and tells Tad and Paul that Pete apparently really really likes this dress, and she's going to meet him at lunchtime.
Flick leaves, and Paul berates Tad, telling him that once Flick finds out she'll tell Joe, and he'll be completely mad at them both.
Toadie is announcing the debate between Lance The Man and Sandy Swimmer - who hasn't as yet actually turned up. Toadie asks Lance how he's feeling, and Lance says he's feeling very confident, as SS has been stealing his ideas and he'd like to challenge her on some of those things.
Lance continues to talk and Toadie interrupts him, announcing once again that Lance The Man is waiting to do battle once SS arrives. He puts some music on, and Lance tells Toadie he doesn't think that SS will come.
Flick is talking to a friend saying that she's going to change into her blue PostiePeteDress for lunch, and says that he coaches the girls' soccer team. Her friend gets really excited for her, and Tad and Paul overhear the conversation. Paul asks Tad if he feels guilty yet, but Tad says that it's like a snowballing thing - there's nothing they can do now.
PAUL: How come you're so calm about all this?
TAD: Not calm so much as fatalistic.
Paul reminds Tad that once her friends all find all, they will be the laughing stock. Tad thinks that Paul shouldn't worry - he hasn't had anything to do with it.
Toadie announces that SS hasn't turned up and should give Uni FM a call to talk. Lance can't believe that she's not here. He then sees a woman approaching and snaps at her for not turning up earlier. Turns out that she's not Sandy, she's Toadie's boss.
Lance is disappointed that Toadie's plan didn't work, but Toadie reminds him that this is psychological warfare - and he should take a stand. Lance is beginning to wish he'd never gotten involved.
The class is just finishing and Flick tells the guys that she can't wait to meet Pete. Tad and Paul don't stop her, and Paul thinks this is out of control - they should stop her from making a fool of herself - and go to The Coffee Shop.
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